Originally Posted by rantcatrat
I am compiling a collection of books by/on boxing trainers. I own the following: "In the Corner: Great Boxing Trainers Talk About Their Art," by Dave Anderson, "Corner Men: The Great Boxing Trainers," by Ronald Fried, "My View from the Corner," by Angelo Dundee, and "Ray Arcel: A Boxing Biography," by Donald Dewey. I understand John Jarret wrote a book on Ray Arcel, which is on my list to pick up. I intend to buy Freddie Roach's biography when it is released in March. Can anyone recommend any other books on boxing trainers? Perhaps from earlier in boxing's rich history? Thanks!
Second the motion on CORNER MEN, r. Was stunned 'n flattered a few years back when Ronald Fried, in doing his research for the book, contacted me about the trainers at Stillman's Gym.